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10' GearIT Ultra High Speed 48Gbps HDMI 2.1 Cable EXPIRED

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  • Up to 8K@60Hz with DSC and 4K@120Hz with DSC (Over HDMI 2.1)

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Amazon has GearIT-brand Ultra High Speed HDMI cables, 10 feet, for $3.99, free shipping with Prime.
Ultra High Speed HDMI cables are required for HDMI 2.1.
I don't have any first-hand experience with the GearIT brand, but it looks bit more professional than the typical off-hand brands found on Amazon.

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GearIT as a brand is good. I've used speaker cables by them without issue.

For HDMI 2.1, these would be worth a try, but with so many HDMI 2.1 bugs and issues in receivers, the second anything doesn't work I'd switch to a certified cable.
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i used many cheaper, no certified 2.1 cables, not a single one has problems (i link a RTX card to LG CX and set to 4k/120)
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Quote from seanleeforever :
i used many cheaper, no certified 2.1 cables, not a single one has problems (i link a RTX card to LG CX and set to 4k/120)
Cheaper than $4 for a 10' cable?
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Cheaper than $4 for a 10' cable?
nope. the typical price is about 8 dollars from cable matters.
which is why i am getting 2 more

just want to point out that HMDI 2.1 cert cable is really just a branding fee (and those cost a lot)
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Cheaper than $4 for a 10' cable?
He's probably talking about shorter cables. Most of my hookup cables are 3 foot, some are only 1 foot. You can get shorter cables for less than this when they're on sale.

You likely only need one 10 foot cable to run from your TV on the wall to a receiver or whatever that is located in a cabinet. Cables that are too long can cause data rate issues.
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Does hdmi 2.1 cable have all the features for hdmi 2.0?? Or should I get a hdmi 2.0 cable for a hdmi 2.0 device
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Any coupons to make the deal sweeter? laugh out loud
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Quote from ZeldaBoy :
Does hdmi 2.1 cable have all the features for hdmi 2.0?? Or should I get a hdmi 2.0 cable for a hdmi 2.0 device
2.1 cables are backward compatible
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i used many cheaper, no certified 2.1 cables, not a single one has problems (i link a RTX card to LG CX and set to 4k/120)
You know why? Because there is no "HDMI 2.1 certified" cable.
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Lol at all this.. 2.0, 2.1, 1
9 4.5 certified cable garbage.

not saying this is a bad deal, just letting people know it's all marketing.
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You know why? Because there is no "HDMI 2.1 certified" cable.
Maybe not exactly named a "HDMI 2.1 certified" cable, but how about a 8K 48Gbps certified HDMI [monoprice.com] cable?
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how flexible is this cable?
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